Rodelle Fruit Roll Ups

Rodelle Fruit Roll Ups

Delectably healthy to-go snacks - packed with Rodelle flavor. Three unique recipes to try!

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Time

15 minutes

Difficulty

easy

Yields

24 servings

Ingredients

Basic recipe

  • 4 cups of berries or cut fruit
  • 1/4 cup light or golden agave nectar

Strawberry: add 2 tablespoons Rodelle Gourmet Baking Cocoa, sifted.

Blueberry: add 2 teaspoons Rodelle Almond Extract.

Peach: add 1 teaspoon Rodelle Vanilla Extract, plus 1 Rodelle Vanilla Bean, split and scraped.

Directions

Method

  • Wash and pick over berries. Make sure they are all firm and ripe, not squishy.
  • Peel and pit the peaches. Remove any bruises and cut into chunks.
  • Puree the strawberries with the agave and Rodelle Cocoa. This step applies to any other fruit or berry mix.
  • Use manufacturer recommendations on your dehydrator for drying pureed fruit.
  • If trying the oven drying method, line a baking sheet with parchment.
  • Spray a find mist of oil on the paper.
  • Spread the fruit puree to about 1/4-inch thickness.
  • Bake at the lowest heat setting (ideal 135, most oven's lowest setting is 140).
  • Best to do this overnight as it can take up to 10 hours, but check progress at 6 hours.
  • The fruit can be slightly sticky, but you don't want any gooey or "wet" areas. If you have a convection oven setting use it as the air circulation promotes the drying process.
  • Remove the fruit leathers from the dehydrator sheets (usually available at Bed, Bath, and Beyond, or where dehydrators are sold locally), or parchment.
  • Cut into desired size and roll into wax paper.
  • Store in a container in your cupboard for up to one month.

More Flavor and Fruit Options: Apples and Rodelle Cinnamon. Papaya and Rodelle Vanilla. Banana and Rodelle Cocoa. Mixed berries and Rodelle Vanilla.

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